Orban: Germany, Greece key to resolving migrant crisis
Germany and Greece are the key countries to resolving the current migrant crisis, the Hungarian prime minister told a press conference after Friday's informal EU summit in Bratislava.
As long as Germany does not impose a firm ceiling on the number of migrants it is prepared to take in, a "suction effect" would continue to draw masses to Europe, Viktor Orban said.
He stressed that under the Schengen rules Greece should halt the wave of migrants but it fails to do so, he said.
"As long as these two countries do not change their migration policies, we have a single option: to abide by the Schengen rules," Orban said.
The prime minister announced that leaders of European nations along the Balkans migration route would meet in Vienna on September 24 and make another attempt to find a way forward.